|Sent on:||Tuesday, August 25, 2009 8:19 PM|
Greetings from the Nashville Enterprise LAMP community!
We’re planning an Enterprise LAMP Summit for CTOs (Nov. 5-6) and a Big LAMP Camp for developers (Nov. 7) and would like ask your help in tapping into the bleeding-edge open source initiatives in your community for case studies for Big LAMP Camp. In particular, we are interested in:
v Innovative uses of emerging open source technologies in the enterprise (large or mid-sized companies)
v Reports about large companies that have completed a transition from closed source software to any part of LAMP
v Overviews of packages you maintain or contribute to
v Cloud and mobile applications using open source technology
v How you are leveraging Web 2.0 systems (Facebook, GData, Twitter, e.g.)
Case studies need not be presentation-ready to be considered, and we can offer some technical direction to companies or developers who would like to write case studies for consideration.
The Enterprise LAMP Summit will focus attention on the emerging readiness for enterprise use of the LAMP stack and associated open source Internet-enabled operating systems, internet application servers, database systems and Internet-focused programming languages.
We are very pleased to confirm as speakers:
v Lee Congdon, CIO of Red Hat Linux (NYSE: RHT), the world's leading open source and Linux provider;
v Andi Gutmans, CEO of PHP leader Zend Technologies;
v r0ml (Robert Lefkowitz), thought leader, ?ber-CTO and VP of Asurion;
v William Hurley, Chief Architect of Open Source Strategy at BMC Software (NYSE: BMC), which is used by 85% of Fortune 500 companies;
v Kent Freeman, CIO of Ingram Digital;
v Bob Miller, VP of Technology at Magazines.com; and
v Jeff Kramer, SVP of Engineering and Technology Operations at Lulu.com.
LAMP Camp is expected to draw top 600 developers from across
More info @ www.EnterpriseLAMP.org.
Thanks! We look forward to hearing your LAMP success stories.
Thought leadership initiatives of Remarkable Wit, LLC
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